name of catalogue or brochure: American Realism + Figurative Painting, Cline Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe
author(s) of essay: an essay by John Arthur
title of essay:
date of publication
name of copyright owner: Cline Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe
other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection
other essays and authors in catalogue:
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From: Geoff Cline <ge
Date: Thu Mar 5, 2009 7:07:10 PM US/Pacific
To: Stacey Wittig <stac
Cc: John Hazeltine <inf
Subject: Re: Permissions:
OK to reprint.
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From: "Stacey Wittig"
Date: Mon Mar 2, 2009 9:11:37 AM US/Pacific
To: "'Geoff Cline'" <geof...
Cc: "'John Hazeltine'" <info..
Subject: RE: Permissions:
Thank you, Geoff. Simply read the below permissions letter, and if all is OK, reply back "To All" with an OK.
Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publications and research. A special TFAO emphasis is building an archive of significant texts, authored by scholars and other informed individuals, beneficial for the study of art history in the United States.
As a public service, without charge to readers, TFAO annually publishes a number of scholarly articles and essays relating to American representational art in its publication Resource Library. The home page for TFAO is located at <http://www.tfaoi.org>. A list of published authors is at <http://www.tfaoi.org/aa/4aa/4aa348.htm>. For Resource Library's home page please see <http://tfaoi.org/resourc.htm>.
In 1994 the Cline Fine Art Gallery published a book entitled American Realism + Figurative Painting. Thank you for speaking with me about the essay by John Arthur and clarifying that the Cline Fine Art Gallery is its owner. TFAO will be pleased to reprint the essay (without illustrations) in Resource Library.
Could you please confirm the Cline Fine Art Gallery's permission to reprint the essay (8 pages) as owner of the text, without any accompanying illustrations, through a reply to this email addressed to me and to email@example.com? We further invite you to send a brief author's biography to accompany the text.
From:Geoff Cline [mailto:geo...
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2009 12:36 PM
To: Stacey Wittig
Subject: Re: Permissions:
I know that we have being playing phone tag. It would be fine to reproduce the essay. Let me know what else you need from me.
Dear Mr. W. Geoffrey Cline,
In 1994 the Cline Fine Art Gallery and you published an exhibition catalogue to accompany "American Realism and Figurative Painting" May 27 through August 18, 1994. The name of the publication is American Realism + Figurative Painting.
The Resource Library would like your permission to rekey and post from the essay by John Arthur, curator.
The Resource Library, founded in 1997, is the most comprehensive online publication devoted primarily to American representational art. The content time line spans the pre-Colonial period to the present and covers significant artistic and critical achievement in every state. It is published without subscription charges by its nonprofit owner and publisher Traditional Fine Arts Organization.
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We are an organization that you can trust with your publications; take a look at our site to see how we've handled others' works. We have hundreds of authors in our Author Index. There are hundreds of museums listed on our Museum Index.
If Cline Fine Art were so kind as to grant us permission to rekey and post the above articles, then your information would appear at the top of the page:
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TFAO's website, http://www.tfaoi.com/resourc.htm, outlines in much detail any questions that you or your colleagues might have. But please feel free to call me with any questions.
Please let me know when would be a good time to email to you a permissions letter.
I look forward to working with you,
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